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  • Faculty & Staff Gateway | Whittier College
    Students Get to Know Us Apply for Admission Financial Aid Costs Admitted Students Contact Us Campus Life Campus Life Home Getting Involved Housing Food Health Exercise Sustainability Student Support First Year at Whittier News Events Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Faculty Gateway Faculty Staff Gateway Prev Next You are here Home Faculty Staff Gateway Faculty Staff Gateway Online Services Schedule of Courses Course Catalog Campus Events Calendar Reservations EMS Email Room Search Maintenance Request Moodle My Whittier Secure Faculty Utilities On Campus Services Information Academic Calendar Bookstore Campus Directory Dining Services Faculty Directory Library Media Services Parking Poet Early Alert Program PEAP Sexual Misconduct and Assault Policy Shannon Center for the Performing Arts Wellness Coalition Faculty Resources Faculty Benefits Faculty Handbook Faculty Masters Program Human Subject Research Institutional Research Assessment Leave of Absence Policies Office of Research Sponsored Programs

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  • Directory | Whittier College
    Wardman Art Center 562 907 4255 562 464 4551 ASWC Student Government Campus Center 562 907 4876 562 464 4501 Athletics Graham Athletics Center 562 907 4271 562 945 8024 Biology Stauffer Science Center 562 907 4941 562 907 4905 Bon Appetit Campus Center 562 907 4257 562 907 4874 Bookstore Campus Center 562 907 4251 562 789 9439 Broadoaks Children s School Broadoaks Children s School 562 907 4250 562 907 4960 Business Administration Academic Hoover Hall 562 907 4256 562 907 4956 Business Office Mendenhall 562 907 4207 562 907 4999 Campus Safety Campus Safety 562 907 4211 562 907 4961 Career Planning and Internships Campus Center 562 907 4230 562 464 4539 Center for Academic Success CAAS Rose Hills Foundation Center 562 907 4816 562 907 4827 Chemistry Stauffer Science Building 562 907 4498 562 464 4591 Child Development Mendenhall 562 907 4248 562 464 4596 Communication PR Mendenhall 562 907 4974 562 907 4817 Conferences Mendenhall 562 907 4226 562 907 4940 Copy Center Mail Room Campus Center 562 907 4265 562 464 4506 Counseling Center Haverhill A 562 907 4239 562 907 4218 Cultural Center Campus Center 562 907 4962 562 464 4519 Dean of Students Campus Center 562 907 4233 562 907 4980 Development College Hall 562 907 4299 562 907 4817 Disability Services Stauffer Science Building 562 907 4840 562 907 4827 Environmental Sciences Stauffer Science Building 562 907 4451 562 464 4591 Economics Hoover Hall 562 907 4256 562 907 4956 Education Philadelphia House 562 907 4248 562 464 4596 English Hoover Hall 562 907 4253 562 464 4581 Facilities Maintenance Plant 562 907 4261 562 907 4891 Fairchild Collection Stauffer Science Building 562 907 4220 562 693 6117 Vice President for Finance Mendenhall 562 907 4205 562 907 4999 Financial Aid Weingart 562 907 4285 562 464 4560 First Year Experience Johnson Hall 562 464 4532 Health Services Health Services 562 907 4200 x4400 562 464 4511 History Hoover Hall 562 907 4253 562 464 4581 Human Resources Mendenhall 562 907 4208 562 907 4884 Information Technology Rose Hills Foundation Center 562 907 4287 562 907 4987 Institutional Research Assessment Mendenhall 562 907 5027 562 907 4995 International Programs Platner Hall 562 464 4582 562 464 4517 Kinesiology and Nutrition Science Graham Athletics Center 562 907 4969 562 945 8024 Law School Costa Mesa Campus 714 444 4141 714 444 0250 Admissions Library Rose Hills Foundation Center 562 907 4247 562 698 7168 Mail Services Campus Center 562 907 4265 562 464 4506 Maintenance Maintenance Plant 562 907 4261 562 907 4891 Mathematics Stauffer Science Building 562 907 4513 562 464 4514 Media Center Platner Hall 562 907 4846 562 464 4517 Modern Languages and Literature Deihl Hall 562 907 4249 562 464 4507 Music Peasley Center for Music 562 907 4237 562 464 4592 Payroll Mendenhall 562 907 4272 562 907 4884 Philosophy Wardman Hall 562 907 4243 562 907 4996 Physics Stauffer Science Building 562 907 4513 562 464

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  • Office of Admission | Whittier College
    Getting Involved Housing Food Health Exercise Sustainability Student Support First Year at Whittier News Events Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Home Admissions Admission Admissions Slider Tailor Made Programs The Whittier Scholars Program lets students custom fit their studies to meet their academic goals More Multi Faceted Students Pledging a society while jumping into student government or team sports Whittier is all about having the whole college experience More Worldwide Impact Whittier students mix globetrotting and global opportunities emerging with international perspective and skills More The Power of Partnering Whether in a vegetable garden or in the classroom Whittier students and faculty interact in all kinds of profound ways More Roommate Chatter Monkeys and metaphysics may have more in common than you think More Prev Next You are here Home Admission Office of Admission Office of Admission On 22 Mar

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  • News & Events | Whittier College
    Poet Head Football Coach Neale comes to Whittier after successfully helping to resurrect the More Pages 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next last RSS Jan 26 Tue 01 26 2016 8 00am Spring Orientation Jan 27 Wed 01 27 2016 8 00am Spring Orientation Jan 27 Wed 01 27 2016 7 30pm Men s Basketball Caltech Jan 28 Thu 01 28 2016 8 00am Spring Term Begins Jan 28 Thu 01 28 2016 8 00am Whittier College Blood Drive Please help save a life Give blood at Whittier College s More Jan 29 Fri 01 29 2016 7 30pm Eric Buss Free admission but tickets are required Eric Buss was More Jan 30 Sat 01 30 2016 2 00pm Men s Basketball vs Pomona Pitzer Feb 03 Wed 02 03 2016 8 00am End Instructors Drop Date Feb 03 Wed 02 03 2016 7 30pm Men s Basketball Claremont Mudd Scripps Feb 04 Thu 02 04 2016 8 00am End Class Add In Feb 06 Sat 02 06 2016 2 00pm Men s Basketball La Verne Feb 08 Mon 02 08 2016 8 00am JanTerm Grades Due Feb 08 Mon 02 08 2016 5 00pm Men s Basketball vs UC Santa Cruz Feb 10 Wed 02 10 2016 5 00pm The Meeting Fascinating and dramatically compelling this eloquent More Feb 10 Wed 02 10 2016 7 30pm Men s Basketball vs Chapman Feb 11 Thu 02 11 2016 6 00pm Chicana Leadership Master Class Josefina Lopez Reception 6 00 p m Program 6 30 p m Whittier More Feb 13 Sat 02 13 2016 2 00pm Men s Basketball vs Caltech Feb 13 Sat 02 13 2016 7 30pm The Felici Piano Trio General Admission 25 00 Seniors 20 00 Students 5 00 More Feb 15 Mon 02 15 2016 8 00am Presidents Day College Open Feb 17 Wed 02 17 2016 8 00am End Drop Feb 17 Wed 02 17 2016 7 30pm Men s Basketball Redlands Feb 18 Thu 02 18 2016 8 00am Begin W D Class Feb 20 Sat 02 20 2016 5 00pm Men s Basketball Occidental Feb 24 Wed 02 24 2016 8 00am End Credit No credit Feb 26 Fri 02 26 2016 8 00am Fall Incompletes Due Mar 03 Thu 03 03 2016 7 30pm The Merchant of Venice General Admission 15 00 Seniors Students 10 More Mar 06 Sun 03 06 2016 2 00pm The Merchant of Venice Tickets 15 00 Seniors Students 10 00Buy More Mar 09 Wed 03 09 2016 8 00am End Drop Date Mar 12 Sat 03 12 2016 2 00pm Aloha Concert Series Bryan Tolentino Herb Ohta Jr General Admission 47Purchase Tickets The Ukulele is More Mar 12 Sat 03 12 2016 2 00pm Kamaka Ukelele s 100th Anniversary with Bryan Tolentino Herb Ohta Jr Tickets 47 00 Buy Tickets Herb Ohta Jr and Bryan More Mar 12 Sat 03 12 2016 7 30pm Aloha Concert Series Bryan Tolentino Herb Ohta Jr

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  • Giving | Whittier College
    standings Learn more Participation Matters Your gift of any size positively impacts students Learn how Thank you Your support truly makes a significant difference at Whittier College See gifts in action Prev Next In This Section Giving Mobile final The Whittier Fund Your Participation Matters Matching Gifts Senior Class Gift Milestone Reunions Founders Walkway All Society Alumni Participation Challenge Gifts in Action Students Faculty Campus Improvements Chairman s Report Giving Societies JGWS Wardman Circle Faithful Friends Philadelphian Society Poets Laureate Purple Gold Friends of the Shannon Center Proud Poet Parents Ways to Give How to Give What to Give Learn about Planned Gifts Gift Policy Security Statement Contact Us You are here Home Giving Giving On 18 Dec 2013 By mramos1 0 Comments Whittier College was founded on a commitment to community service and a respect for people of all backgrounds This commitment continues through this day and is manifest in our curriculum the students we matriculate and our outreach to our neighbors in Whittier and the surrounding areas Sustaining this legacy and propelling Whittier College forward requires the generosity of alumni parents and friends investing in the College s uncompromising commitment to deliver a distinct high quality liberal arts education Supporting Whittier comes in many forms through a wide variety of giving opportunities and numerous volunteer roles Your investment of time money and energy on behalf of Whittier will benefit students of today and tomorrow And you will have an impact on others in ways that may exceed your expectations Join us today Contact Office of Advancement at Whittier College 13406 E Philadelphia Street P O Box 634 Whittier CA 90608 0634 562 907 4219 562 907 4807 fax Giving The Whittier Fund Gifts in Action Giving Societies Ways to Give Contact Us Department News Monday January 11 2016

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  • Playwright and Author of Real Women Have Curves to Give Master Class on Chicana Leadership | Whittier College
    Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information You are here Home News Playwright and Author of Real Women Have Curves to Give Master Class on Chicana Leadership Playwright and Author of Real Women Have Curves to Give Master Class on Chicana Leadership On 20 Jan 2016 By pzurita 0 Comments Wednesday January 20 2016 Playwright and founding and artistic director of Casa0101 Josefina Lopez will share her insights on leadership as one of today s preeminent Chicana writers as part of the third event of the Whittier College s Lecture Series Master Class on Chicana Leadership A conversation moderated by the Honorable Gloria Molina the event will take place on Thursday February 11 at 6 p m at Whittier College s Villalobos Hall ABOUT THE SPEAKER Lopez is best known for authoring the play and co authoring the film Real Women Have Curves a coming of age story about Ana a first generation Chicana torn between pursuing her college ambitions a personal goal and securing employment which is a family expectation Along the way Ana confronts a host of cultural assumptions about beauty marriage and a woman s role in society Although Real Women Have Curves is Lopez most recognized work it is only one of many literary and artistic works she has created since her artistic career began at 17 Born in San Luis Potosi Mexico in 1969 Lopez was five years old when she and her family immigrated to the United States and settled in the East Los Angeles neighborhood of Boyle Heights Lopez was undocumented for thirteen years before she received amnesty in 1987 and eventually became a U S Citizen in 1995 ABOUT THE MODERATOR Gloria Molina became the first Latina ever to be elected to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on

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  • Whittier College's Annual Martin Luther King Day Celebration to Include "The Voice of Dr. King" | Whittier College
    Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni In This Section News Events Mobile Menu Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information You are here Home News Whittier College s Martin Luther King Day Celebration to Feature The Voice of Dr King Whittier College s Martin Luther King Day Celebration to Feature The Voice of Dr King On 15 Jan 2016 By pzurita 0 Comments Friday January 15 2016 Whittier College will commemorate the legacy of civil rights activist Dr Martin Luther King with Gerald C Rivers one man show What Do You Dream Of a show that highlights various speeches from Dr King The Martin Luther King Celebration will take place at Club 88 7214 Painter Avenue Whittier CA Whittier College on Monday January 18 at 6 p m The event is open to the public and the Whittier community is encouraged to attend the celebration The event will include an open mic portion providing guests the opportunity to pay tribute to Dr King Rivers is a three time national gold medalist in dramatic interpretation and will be reenacting various parts of Dr King s life For more than 30 years he has been reminding audiences of Dr King s words through his performances In February as part of Whittier s Black History Month programming the College will present Jeff Stetson s play The Meeting on Wednesday February 10 at the Ruth B Shannon Center for the Performing Arts at 7 30 p m Tickets for The Meeting are available for 10 at the Shannon Center s website The performance depicts a

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  • Faculty Members Lead Travel Courses During JanTerm | Whittier College
    Emergency Information You are here Home News Faculty Members Lead Travel Courses During JanTerm Faculty Members Lead Travel Courses During JanTerm On 11 Jan 2016 By ebecerra 0 Comments Monday January 11 2016 The study abroad experience has long been a hallmark of the liberal arts curriculum and a rite of passage for many American undergraduates In addition to the traditional semester long experience Whittier College offers student the opportunity to participate in unique short term study abroad experiences led by faculty members These trips often involve a specific academic focus allowing students to explore topics ranging from business and sustainability to music and history in an immersive environment This JanTerm six faculty members are leading students on trips to destinations as near as Southern California and as distant as South Africa Professor of Business Administration Jeff Decker s course Management Challenges of the 21st Century is exploring business practices in China and includes stops in Beijing Shanghai Shenzhen and Xiamen Professor of Anthropology Teresa Delfin is leading students on a unique course that explores the production politics and power of chocolate in the Dominican Republic Professor of Finance Fatos Radoniqui s course will take students to London for twelve days where students will learn about the financial system and its role in society Professor of Religious Studies Joe Price s course El Beisbol A Caribbean Religion is taking place in Puerto Rico where students are examining the history of Caribbean baseball and its significance from a religious perspective Professor of Biology Cheryl Swift has returned to South Africa for a fourth time to lead students in field research on riparian systems in the Western Cape Staying closer to home is Professor of Kinesiology Nutrition Science Kathy Barlow s Sports Management course which has given students behind the scenes access

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